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Re: [Nmh-workers] mhshow complaints

From: Ken Hornstein
Subject: Re: [Nmh-workers] mhshow complaints
Date: Mon, 21 Apr 2014 10:22:45 -0400

>No, that's the way to a world full of crap.  Better it carp about it and
>some of us take the effort to make things better but reporting the
>problem to the source, e.g.

Wow, fight the good fight, Ralph; and if you figure out the offending bit
of software causing the problem, let us know.  I have a suspicion that
it's some common email-generating library used by a number of software

Looking at the WordPress source code ... maybe it's PHPMailer?


Yeah, actually, I think it is:

        $uniq_id = md5(uniqid(time()));
        $this->boundary[1] = 'b1_' . $uniq_id;
        $this->boundary[2] = 'b2_' . $uniq_id;
        $this->boundary[3] = 'b3_' . $uniq_id;

Looks like the boundary for the C-T header you posted.

I think it's worth distingushing between this sort of problem, where you're
doing something that's a) explicitly prohibited by the RFCs, and b) is
wrong (in every case I've seen the sub-parts are NOT encoded as q-p).
The extra semicolon ... okay, Eric makes a good point in that why are we
complaining about that?  There's no confusion there on what to do.


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